US History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 17 of 37)

US History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 17 of 37)
US History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 17 of 37)
US History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 17 of 37)
US History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 17 of 37)
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Congress, raised protective tariff rates, protect US businesses from foreign competition, encourage American manufacturing, transcontinental railroads, free land for laying railroad tracks, limited government regulation (control), laissez-faire, capitalism, free-market, Henry Ford, assembly line, decreased automobile cost, pools, trusts, minimize competition, monopoly, Standard Oil Company, John D. Rockefeller, control oil prices and refining, Industrialists, increase profits, big business, Social Darwinism, success comes with hard work, wealth accumulation, Andrew Carnegie, J. Pierpont Morgan, robber barons, ruthless business tactics, Interstate Commerce Act, Sherman Antitrust Act, Clayton Antitrust Act, Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific R.R. Illinois, United States v. E.C. Knight Co., labor unions, poor working conditions, low wages, blacklists, yellow-dog contracts, American Federation of Labor, "bread and butter" unionism, Samuel Gompers, Eugene V. Debs, John L. Lewis, Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire, Homestead steel strike, Pullman railcar strike, police brutality
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